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[Resolved] 'Free-spinning' slider?

  • Hello,

    Thanks again for creating such an awesome image slider!

    Here’s the website that I’m working on: http://the-city-reader.com/

    I currently have the slider set to “Circular Slider”.

    Question: When a user clicks on the left/right arrows, the slider advances by one slide-length, which is great.

    Is there a setting or an area of the code I can alter – where – when a user swipes their finger across the slider on a mobile device – the slider would ‘spin’ so to speak – and advance for a few slide-lengths or more before stopping?

    Thanks again

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-responsive-thumbnail-slider/

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  • Plugin Author Nks

    @nik00726

    Hello

    You may try following options into Slider Jquery Options

    print_responsive_thumbnail_slider_func function in

    wp-content\pluginswp-responsive-thumbnail-slider\wp-responsive-images-thumbnail-slider.php

    Options

    touchEnabled
    If true, slider will allow touch swipe transitions
    default: true
    options: boolean (true / false)

    swipeThreshold
    Amount of pixels a touch swipe needs to exceed in order to execute a slide transition. Note: only used if touchEnabled: true
    default: 50
    options: integer

    oneToOneTouch
    If true, non-fade slides follow the finger as it swipes
    default: true
    options: boolean (true / false)
    preventDefaultSwipeX
    If true, touch screen will not move along the x-axis as the finger

    swipes
    default: true
    options: boolean (true / false)

    preventDefaultSwipeY
    If true, touch screen will not move along the y-axis as the finger swipes
    default: false
    options: boolean (true / false)

    Plz rate this free plugin …

    Thanks

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